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'''Too Negative''' is a [[minicomic]] published sporadically by [[Jenny Gonzalez-Blitz]] beginning in late 2001 in New York City, NY.
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'''Too Negative''' is a [[minicomic]] published sporadically by [[Jenny Gonzalez-Blitz]] beginning in late 2001 in New York City, NY. It also ran in the free paper [[NY Waste]] from 2007-2010.
  
 
A social satire set in Hell's Halfway House, a home for wayward devils in an urban-looking Hell setting. The comics often touch on themes of culture, religion, and mental illness, an issue creator Gonzalez-Blitz has spoken frankly about dealing with for much of her life. The characters are a cast of devils, angels, zombies, aliens, and other fantastical beings, albeit dealing with very human problems.
 
A social satire set in Hell's Halfway House, a home for wayward devils in an urban-looking Hell setting. The comics often touch on themes of culture, religion, and mental illness, an issue creator Gonzalez-Blitz has spoken frankly about dealing with for much of her life. The characters are a cast of devils, angels, zombies, aliens, and other fantastical beings, albeit dealing with very human problems.

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Too Negative is a minicomic published sporadically by Jenny Gonzalez-Blitz beginning in late 2001 in New York City, NY. It also ran in the free paper NY Waste from 2007-2010.

A social satire set in Hell's Halfway House, a home for wayward devils in an urban-looking Hell setting. The comics often touch on themes of culture, religion, and mental illness, an issue creator Gonzalez-Blitz has spoken frankly about dealing with for much of her life. The characters are a cast of devils, angels, zombies, aliens, and other fantastical beings, albeit dealing with very human problems.